London's Contemporary Architecture
By Ken Allinson
Routledge – 2009 – 384 pages
London’s Contemporary Architecture is a practical, visual and analytical guide to the best modern buildings in the British capital. Now in its fifth edition, the guide has been fully updated to cover the latest additions to the London skyline and buildings of architectural significance.
Spanning the very best of London architecture, from London’s world famous public buildings, theatres, shops to schools, hospitals and offices, the guide locates buildings by geographical area for ease of use and provides a physical and intellectual tour of London’s most celebrated buildings.
New to this edition are:
‘The guide celebrates the only way to understand architecture: in the flesh’
Thom Dyckhoff, Architecture Critic, The Times
‘Everything that a Londoner, a visitor or any city lover will need.’
Jane Priestman OBE, Chair of the Board of Trustees, Open House London
The City; Docklands; East End; West End; Heading north; Going west; South of the Thames; Transport and Architecture